Vijay Dashami is commonly known as Dussehra, marks the end of Navratri. As the name suggests VijayDashami meaning ‘victory’ and ‘tenth’ it is celebrated on the tenth day. Different cultures celebrate the day in different forms with their own set of rituals and customs. In some parts, the victory of Lord Rama is celebrated by...

21st October 2020Othersby Arjun Chouhan

Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami is one of the most auspicious days in Navratri. This day is well-known for Durga’s  8th incarnation, MahaGauri, the ruler of the planet Rahu. On this day devotees dress up in peacock green color as a symbol of wishes and desires that will get fulfilled. The goddess has been depicted...

17th October 2020Othersby Arjun Chouhan

Every year around September- October we celebrate Sharada Navratri. As the name suggests it’s a nine-day festival with various rituals and traditions happening all over India. Apart from this Navratri is also celebrated during Spring, I.e. during March-April known as Vasant Navratri, but for now, let’s talk more about Sharada Navratri. This year Sharda Navratri...

15th October 2020Astrologyby Arjun Chouhan

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